Death toll rises to 61 in clash with Filipino intruders; Malaysia detains 79 linked to clansmen

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Kasim Pantalun

Kuching, Malaysia

#2 Mar 9, 2013
today another one bite the dust
suluk

Jakarta, Indonesia

#9 Mar 9, 2013
easy my man, the show still goes on

Since: Mar 13

Location hidden

#10 Mar 9, 2013
proud to be Malaysians

indon GTH
Cina Sesat

Malaysia

#11 Mar 9, 2013
suluk wrote:
easy my man, the show still goes on
Boleh jadi. Perang gerila takkan tamat dlm sehari dua.
cruel

Jakarta, Indonesia

#12 Mar 9, 2013
United Nation Human Rights Council would be investigate and prosecute crimes against human rights, war crimes, .atrocities, and genocide in Sabah
arwah sukarno ku tampar

Asia/Pacific Region

#13 Mar 9, 2013
Bangkai lanun sulu udah berulat..indon stress lagi

Since: Mar 13

Location hidden

#14 Mar 9, 2013
cruel wrote:
United Nation Human Rights Council would be investigate and prosecute crimes against human rights, war crimes,.atrocities, and genocide in Sabah
Good...

" Enam anggota polis yang terbunuh di Kampung Simunul di Semporna pada 2 Mac lalu, ditemui dalam keadaan diperlakukan dengan kejam, kata polis dalam Facebook lewat malam tadi.
Menceritakan kronologi peristiwa krisis Sabah itu, polis juga mendedahkan mereka terpaksa menghantar pasukan penyelamat ke kampung tersebut sehari kemudian untuk menyelamatkan anggota yang cedera dan mengambil mayat rakan mereka yang maut dalam serangan hendap sekumpulan penceroboh dari selatan Filipina.
Menurut posting Facebook tersebut, polis menghantar satu pasukan ke Kampung Simunul dan Kampung Sri Jaya untuk menyiasat laporan mengenai kehadiran penceroboh Filipina.
“Apabila tiba di Kampung Simunul, pasukan polis itu telah diserang hendap oleh penceroboh. Enam anggota polis terkorban manakala dua yang lain cedera. Enam penceroboh bersenjata telah dibunuh oleh pihak polis.
“Pihak polis dihantar pasukan penyelamat untuk mengambil mayat wira-wira kita terkorban dan menyelamatkan anggota yang terperangkap di Kampung Simunul, Semporna. Pasukan itu berjaya melaksanakan misi tersebut.
“Mayat anggota polis yang terkorban itu ditemui dalam keadaan diperlakukan dengan kejam oleh penceroboh bersenjata tersebut,” tambahnya..Ketua Polis Negara , Tan Sri Ismail Omar sebelum ini enggan mengesahkan laporan bahawa ada mangsa(polis) dipenggal dan juga mata mereka dikorek keluar."

Islam la sangat kan puak penceroboh sulu tu.. hmmm
malon bodo

Jakarta, Indonesia

#15 Mar 9, 2013
Nightmares XXX wrote:
<quoted text>
Good...
" Enam anggota polis yang terbunuh di Kampung Simunul di Semporna pada 2 Mac lalu, ditemui dalam keadaan diperlakukan dengan kejam, kata polis dalam Facebook lewat malam tadi.
Menceritakan kronologi peristiwa krisis Sabah itu, polis juga mendedahkan mereka terpaksa menghantar pasukan penyelamat ke kampung tersebut sehari kemudian untuk menyelamatkan anggota yang cedera dan mengambil mayat rakan mereka yang maut dalam serangan hendap sekumpulan penceroboh dari selatan Filipina.
Menurut posting Facebook tersebut, polis menghantar satu pasukan ke Kampung Simunul dan Kampung Sri Jaya untuk menyiasat laporan mengenai kehadiran penceroboh Filipina.
“Apabila tiba di Kampung Simunul, pasukan polis itu telah diserang hendap oleh penceroboh. Enam anggota polis terkorban manakala dua yang lain cedera. Enam penceroboh bersenjata telah dibunuh oleh pihak polis.
“Pihak polis dihantar pasukan penyelamat untuk mengambil mayat wira-wira kita terkorban dan menyelamatkan anggota yang terperangkap di Kampung Simunul, Semporna. Pasukan itu berjaya melaksanakan misi tersebut.
“Mayat anggota polis yang terkorban itu ditemui dalam keadaan diperlakukan dengan kejam oleh penceroboh bersenjata tersebut,” tambahnya..Ketua Polis Negara , Tan Sri Ismail Omar sebelum ini enggan mengesahkan laporan bahawa ada mangsa(polis) dipenggal dan juga mata mereka dikorek keluar."
Islam la sangat kan puak penceroboh sulu tu.. hmmm
Semporna is semporna and Lahad Datu is Lahad Datu :-)

Since: Mar 13

Location hidden

#17 Mar 9, 2013
malon bodo wrote:
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Semporna is semporna and Lahad Datu is Lahad Datu :-)
kau ni buat malu jadi topixer je, jawapan yang paling bangang

Sabah la jugak tu bodohhhh !

kahkahkah

indon oh indon, bila nk cerdik ni ?
stupid malay

Petaling Jaya, Malaysia

#18 Mar 9, 2013
cruel wrote:
United Nation Human Rights Council would be investigate and prosecute crimes against human rights, war crimes,.atrocities, and genocide in Sabah
crimes against human rights, war crimes, atrocities, and genocide in Sabah, the Malay peninsula against the Sabahan there have long long long been done
jebat

United States

#19 Mar 9, 2013
asking his followers to go on a suicide mission is an act of cowardice and selfishness..sos tiram and his family are delusional..and the followers are blinded by promises of lands and titles..it it sad and i hope they would come to their senses and lay their arms..peace :(
the Voice of Sulu

Tempe, AZ

#20 Mar 9, 2013
Saturday, 10 March 2013, Phil Robertson, Deputy Director of the Asia Division of Human Rights Watch Human Rights Watch (HRW) urged all the parties to heed the call of the UN secretary-general.

Robertson also urged the Malaysian government to ensure the protection of all civilians and respect their human rights in the month-long Sabah crisis as the number of arrested Filipinos reportedly rose to 79 and the death toll to 61.

"At this point, it’s critical that the Malaysian authorities ensure the protection of all civilians in the area, and allow humanitarian access for the provision of emergency assistance to those affected by the violence," he said in a statement.

He stressed that the situation on the ground in the conflict zone in Sabah is still quite murky and the government of Malaysia should provide clear and accurate information on what has occurred.

"We’re concerned about the Malaysian government’s use of the Security Offenses Special Measures Act to detain reportedly more than 50 individuals, and call on the government to either charge them with a recognizable criminal offense or release them," Robertson said
the Voice of Sulu

New York, NY

#21 Mar 9, 2013
Malaysian security forces detained 79 men and women who are believed to be supporters of Sulu Sultan Jamalul Kiram III in Borneo, raising human rights concerns from the United Nations and the international organization Human Rights Watch.

Malaysian national police chief Ismail Omar said the 79 men and women are being held for questioning on their supposed links to Kiram’s Royal Army which entered the Malaysian territory of Sabah to revive the sultanate’s proprietary claim on the area.

Omar said the detainees are believed to be informants or food suppliers to the gunmen but did not clarify if they were Malaysians or Filipinos.

The arrests were made only hours after United Nations secretary general Ban Ki Moon met with Malaysian representative Hussein Haniff at the UN headquarters in New York to discuss recent developments in Sabah.
the Voice of Sulu

Providence, UT

#22 Mar 9, 2013
The New York-based group expressed concern that Malaysian security forces detained the 79 people under the Security Offenses Special Measures Act (SOSMA) of 2012 and urged Kuala Lumpur to charge them with a recognizable criminal offense or release them.



Robertson had earlier criticized Malaysia’s new security law because “the authorities still hold too much power to detain people on broad grounds, for too long, and without judicial oversight.”

The HRW said the provisions of SOSMA will facilitate violations of fundamental human rights, permitting detention for 28 days without being brought before a judge and allows delays of 48 hours before the suspect has access to a lawyer, which encourages abusive interrogations.

Moreover, the law defines “political activity” too narrowly, leaving room for arrests for other forms of peaceful political activity, HRW added.

“There are not nearly enough civil liberties protections written into this law,” Robertson said.
the Voice of Sulu

Providence, UT

#23 Mar 9, 2013
The Kiram family, meanwhile, condemned the atrocities by Malaysian forces and claimed even pregnant women and children were being hurt in the operations of Malaysian security forces.

Jacel Kiram, daughter of Sultan Kiram, claimed Malaysians of Tausug descent were being singled out in the operations.

“[The Malaysians] claim they are enforcing maximum tolerance, but there’s no truth to that. Instead, maximum violence is what’s happening. Even women, pregnant women, and children are being fired upon by Malaysian forces,” she said.

The sultanate’s spokesman Abraham Idjirani claimed that a pregnant woman went into labor after being forcibly arrested by Malaysian police in the remote village of Tanduo in Lahad Datu town.

“The pregnant woman gave birth at the police station, but the newborn died shortly after… People are being manhandled by the police,” Idjirani said.“They are arresting not only Filipinos and supporters of the sultanate, but also rounding up even their own citizens.”

There are 800,000 Tausugs in Sabah and they are called Suluk in Bahasa Malaysia. The Malaysian authorities, however, have not clarified whether the detainees are Filipinos or Malaysians or if they are all Tausugs.

Idjirani also questioned the casualty figures released by Malaysian authorities and maintained that all the 235 members of the royal army have been accounted for and they suffered only 10 fatalities, 10 captured and four injured.

Malaysiam officials have said it made every effort to coax the Filipinos to leave and had to use force after the group fatally shot two policemen last week. Six other police officers were ambushed and killed by other Filipinos believed to be linked to the clansmen in another Sabah district. The Malaysians have killed at least 53 clansmen and their “suspected allies.”

Ismail said another Filipino gunman was killed early Saturday after he tried to escape a police cordon, but Ismail said the latest death brought the death toll to 61. He offered no clarification for the discrepancy in numbers.
MalonPendudukLia r

Surabaya, Indonesia

#24 Mar 9, 2013
di berita katanya pasukan loyalis sulu yg terbunuh tapi kok pakaiannya tdk seperti kombatan, pakai jeans putih dan kaos singlet putih, wow combat gear yg camouflage

kih kih kih
malaysian lovers

Asia/Pacific Region

#25 Mar 10, 2013
malon bodo wrote:
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Semporna is semporna and Lahad Datu is Lahad Datu :-)
Woiii semporna & lahad datu is under sabah n sabah is under malaysia bodohhhhhh bagokk!!! Tengok malaysian map dulu la baru cakap! Stupidddd!!!!
Kasim Pantalun

Sibu, Malaysia

#26 Mar 10, 2013
now HRW and the other jokers 'reminding' us on the rights of these sulu scums. rights to trial in courts etc.

first of all we ain't them indons or them pinoy, we are much more civilised. thats the reason why the operation is handled by police so that these sulu scums wll be tried as crimincal in civillian court. they can appoint their own lawyers to represent them.

secondly, these kind of offense carry a death penalty if found guilty. they have the right to have the last meal of their own choice.

thirdly, after being hanged to death, their family can bring their corpse back home in sululand. they have to pay the bill. if thay can't afford it, authorities may bury them in sulu scum cemetery.

80 now in detention. thats a lot of rope...

Since: Jan 13

Location hidden

#27 Mar 10, 2013
Kasim Pantalun wrote:
now HRW and the other jokers 'reminding' us on the rights of these sulu scums. rights to trial in courts etc.
first of all we ain't them indons or them pinoy, we are much more civilised. thats the reason why the operation is handled by police so that these sulu scums wll be tried as crimincal in civillian court. they can appoint their own lawyers to represent them.
secondly, these kind of offense carry a death penalty if found guilty. they have the right to have the last meal of their own choice.
thirdly, after being hanged to death, their family can bring their corpse back home in sululand. they have to pay the bill. if thay can't afford it, authorities may bury them in sulu scum cemetery.
80 now in detention. thats a lot of rope...
Agree with you...

I wonder, what's their last meal will be....if i'm not mistaken, the maximum budget for any last meal candidates cannot exceed RM10.00.
Sulu Royal Army

Ashburn, VA

#28 Mar 10, 2013
Kasim Pantalun wrote:
now HRW and the other jokers 'reminding' us on the rights of these sulu scums. rights to trial in courts etc.
first of all we ain't them indons or them pinoy, we are much more civilised. thats the reason why the operation is handled by police so that these sulu scums wll be tried as crimincal in civillian court. they can appoint their own lawyers to represent them.
secondly, these kind of offense carry a death penalty if found guilty. they have the right to have the last meal of their own choice.
thirdly, after being hanged to death, their family can bring their corpse back home in sululand. they have to pay the bill. if thay can't afford it, authorities may bury them in sulu scum cemetery.
80 now in detention. thats a lot of rope...
Crush Em 2013 wrote:
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Agree with you...
I wonder, what's their last meal will be....if i'm not mistaken, the maximum budget for any last meal candidates cannot exceed RM10.00.
Stop the Barbaric :-)

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